G&L guitars and basses are high quality instruments with both import and USA-made models. The company was founded by Leo Fender (original founder and designer of Fender guitars) and George Fullerton. They were considered by Leo to be the best instruments he ever made.
We carry a wide selection of G&L guitars and basses in a range of prices, models and colors! We typically stock ASAT, Legacy, S-500, Fallout, and Doheny model guitars from the import Tribute series, which still include USA-made pickups and hardware. We also stock the Kiloton and L-2000 model basses from the Tribute series. We also carry select USA models.
The big difference in buying a guitar from us is that we shop adjust and inspect every guitar to play well (Normally an $85.00 fee on customer repairs) which you would not normally get through a private seller, internet seller, or big box store. Enjoy the experience of a smaller, more comfortable shop versus a "Big Box" store. Where we hand adjust in our shop every guitar at no extra fee so you can enjoy a great playing guitar! Pictured are a number of different models we currently have in stock. Please call for availability as our stock changes with sales and new arrivals.
G&L guitars is a legendary line of guitars produced by two guitar design masters - Leo Fender and George Fullerton. Leo Fender and George Fullerton worked together side by side at the original Fender factory designing and producing some of the best known guitars ever made. A few years after Leo's sale of Fender musical instruments to CBS company, Leo and George once again got together to produce a line of instruments better than they had before, and they succeeded with the G&L line of guitars. They used the best designs of the past and added some ground breaking new designs to make G&L guitars the best they could be. In Leo's own words 'these are the best instruments I ever made.'
After the death of Leo Fender in 1991, Fender's wife, Phyllis Fender, passed the management of G&L to John C. McLaren of BBE Sound. George Fullerton remained a permanent consultant until his death on July 4 2009, and Leo's wife Phyllis remains as Honorary Chairman of G&L.
During our last tour of the G&L factory we managed to snap some great pictures. Please have fun going through them and we hope you will experience the awe and wonder of taking a trip through the past and discovering the future.